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New Faces

Presenting artists new to television.
BBC Television

New Faces

Presenting artists new to television.
BBC Television

New Faces

Presenting artists new to television.
BBC Television

New Faces

Presenting artists new to television.
BBC Television

New Faces

The first of a fortnightly series presenting artists new to Television.
BBC Television

New Faces

Presenting artists new to Television.
BBC Home Service Basic

THE FIRST DAY BACK

by Gwen Dunn
Mrs. Dunn speaks about the first day of the Autumn Term in her Suffolk country school. She describes the coming together of new faces and old, and the acceptance or recapture of the routine of the new school year.
BBC Home Service Basic

THE FIRST DAY BACK

by Gwen Dunn
Mrs. Dunn speaks about the first day of the Autumn Term in her Suffolk country school. She describes the coming together of new faces and old, and their gradual acceptance or recapture of the routine of the new school year.
BBC Television

The Phil Silvers Show: The Face on the Recruiting Poster

Starring Phil Silvers as Sergeant Bilko.

Bilko decides that there is a fortune in the face of his new recruit. But he has still to reckon with Doberman-and the General.
Third Programme

FACING BOTH WAYS

Reflections on architecture and planning in Poland by Noel Moffett , A.R.I.B.A.
The bloodless revolution of October 1956 ended Stalinist social realism in Poland, and gave her architects new freedom. But the speaker found that, although there is much interesting new building, there are also severe handicaps arising from the past.
Network Three

BUILDING MATTERS

In this edition:
What Causes Dampf: Damp is a problem that frequently faces the builder. The causes are rarely simple to diagnose. A. G. Day, of the Building Research Station, outlines some of the more common sources of trouble. Next week he will deal with the cure for damp
New Books: Edward Mills. F.R.I.B.A., talks about some of the technical books recently published which may be of use to the builder, architect. and others
News of the Week: by William Bryant and other items of technical interest
Introduced by Charles Crichton
BBC Television

Bronco

A new Western series starring Ty Hardin as Bronco Layne the roving cowboy adventurer.

A band of Quakers have nothing but their faith to sustain them when they are attacked by a gang of ruthless outlaws. Bronco rides in to defend them but he faces a dangerous and desperate situation-and so do they-when the Quakers throw his guns away.
BBC Television

Bronco

A new Western series starring Ty Hardin as Bronco Layne, the roving cowboy adventurer.
Bronco is accused of complicity in a stage coach hold-up and murder, and when he rides into the town of Deep-water he faces hatred and contempt from everyone. It seems impossible to prove his innocence in time to save his life.
BBC Home Service Basic

Bernard Braden in ' THE MAN WHO ROCKED THE BOAT'

A true story of the New York waterfront
Assistant District Attorney of New York County, William J. Keating , turned a routine investigation of the murder of a longshoreman in Greenwich Village in January 1947 into a crusade against waterfront racketeers, and by stubborn determination in the face of no little official obstruction brought a powerful gangster and two of his associates to trial and conviction.
Script adapted by Edward Ward from the book
'The Man Who Rocked the Boat ' by W. J. Keating and Richard Carter
Narrator. Edward Ward
Others taking part include:
Betty Baskcomb , Danny Green
Bill Nagy , Alan Tilvern
Michael Balfour , Budd Knapp
Production by Joe Burroughs
BBC Home Service Basic

World Refugee Year

Albert Dekker in ' THE STORY OF
NICOLAS MITETICH '
Written by Stanley Wright
The story of Nicolas Mitetich , a refugee in Camp Parsch, near Salzburg, reflects the problems that have faced and continue to face the tens of thousands of refugees in Europe's camps. His desire for a normal life is common to them all, the material conditions under which he was compelled to live for many years are true in all camps. As such, the programme is a human document of life seen through the eyes of one of the uprooted beings for whom help came too late.
Produced by Gerald Kean and Erik Valters and recorded in the studios of United Nations Radio in New York
BBC Television

Roundabout

Written and produced by John Elliot.
A story about a group of young people who go for new music, live in new homes, face a new world.
With the Storyville Jazzmen and the Roy Speller Six.
John Elliot writes on page 7.
BBC Television

Saturday Playhouse presents: Love and Miss Figgis

by Stella Martin Currey.
Adapted for television by Alwynne Whatsley and Tatiana Lieven.
[Starring] Jean Anderson, Margaret Tyzack
From the BBC's Midland television studios

Young Meg Day has shown exceptional promise at school, and her teacher Miss Figgis has coached her for a scholarship examination. But should she win the scholarship Meg realises that she will be faced with a problem-a problem that concerns her relationship with her family. For a new life and a new environment will be open to her-and she will have to break away from her background and her friends.
BBC Television

Vera Lynn Sings

A new series in which Vera meets again Semprini, The Lynnettes, The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
Her guests this week include: The celebrated harpist, Nicanor Zabaleta and The Randell Trio
See facing page
Network Three

BUILDING MATTERS

A programme for everyone interested in building
In this edition:
The Town Centre: Trends in design in the New Towns such as Stevenage and Harlow described by Cleeve Barr. Passers-by, proprietors, and an archttect give their views on the face-lift given to an old shopping street in Norwich: introduced by Ralph Tuck Concrete and the Small Builder: Stanley Boakes of the Cement and Concrete Association suggests methods for improving the quality of concrete and deals with some causes of failure News of the Week: by William Bryant and other items of technical and topical interest
Introduced by Charles Crichton
(The item from Norwich is recorded)
BBC Television

Love Story

by Terence Dudley.
With Michael Aldridge, Michael Atkinson, Rosemary Dorken.






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